Best Atlanta Braves Betting Props for 2023 MLB Season

  • Ronald Acuña Jr. is projected to record 99.5 total runs scored in the 2023 MLB season.
  • Michael Harris Jr. has good value at -115 to hit over 20.5 home runs.
  • Spencer Strider is a lock to win over 10.5 games (-120) in 2023.

ATLANTA – The Atlanta Braves have some of the leagues best young stars in Ronald Acuña Jr, Michael Harris II, and Spencer Strider. The three players have great betting value for their 2023 MLB projections.

Ronald Acuña Jr. Over 99.5 Total Runs Scored -115

Acuña is finally feeling fully healthy after tearing his ACL in 2021.

He recorded 72 total runs in just 80 games that year, giving promise to the capabilities of what a fully healthy Ronald Acuña Jr can do in 2023.

He was clearly affected by his leg injury in 2022, often seen limping after hard runs or refusing to dive on plays in the outfield. According to himself and teammate Ozzie Albies, Ronald Acuña Jr is feeling like his MVP-caliber self for the 2023 season.

In an interview with Braves Beat Writer Mark Bowman, Albies said:

“I expect him to be better than the 2019 Ronald, when he went off. I think he’s going to have a good year. Last year, he came back, and he wasn’t playing at 100 percent. He feels better this year.”

The Venezuelan outfielder tallied an astounding 127 total runs scored in 2019.

When Acuña was asked how he’s feeling, he responded with “A hundred percent”. This is a great sign for Braves fans and even better sign for Acuña bettors.

Based on Albies and Acuña’s comments regarding his health, Ronald Acuña Jr. is in prime position to score over 99.5 runs in 2023.

Michael Harris II Over 20.5 Home Runs -115

Michael Harris emerged as a key franchise outfielder, earning an 8-year, $72 million dollar contract before recording a full year of MLB service time.

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The 21-year-old hit 19 homers in 114 games in his rookie season. The 2022 NL Rookie of the Year will likely hit closer to 30 home runs in a full season based on his pace.

With a year of experience under his belt and a chance at over 50 more games in 2023, Michael Harris has great value at -115 on online sportsbooks to hit over 20.5 home runs.

Spencer Strider Over 10.5 Wins -120

Spencer Strider would’ve been the NL Rookie of the Year in 2022 if it weren’t for his teammate Michael Harris II. Strider became a huge piece of the Braves rotation once he was moved out of the bullpen.

The hard throwing right-hander out of Clemson won 11 of his 20 starts in 2022. If he stays healthy, Strider will record 30 or more starts like consistent starters Max Fried, Charlie Morton, and Kyle Wright did in 2022.

This means Strider will likely get 10 or more extra chances in 2023 to replicate last season’s win total and cash the over. The Braves won 101 games in 2022, meaning the young star will have plenty of winning opportunities next season.

Spencer Strider had great value at -120 on MLB sportsbooks to earn over 10.5 wins in 2023.